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Inheriting a Form from an Abstract Class (and Making it Work in the Designer)

, 20 Jan 2008 CPOL
Visual Studio's and SharpDevelop's Designers can't directly edit Forms inherited from abstract classes. Several workarounds are possible. In this article, a simple and quite confortable one is presented.

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Arialdo Martini
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I'm a freelance software developer working on C#, PHP and CakePHP. At the moment I'm mainly working for an Italian software house on a quite big software based on .NET, PostGreSQL and NHibernate.

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